Grandpa's Pumpkin House is sure to bring them all flooding back, so just remember to book an appointment with your therapist before you start playing [subbed by anon].
Lazy Kitchen Escape (no relation) you have guests coming and you have to find items & solve puzzles to get the food out of the fridge for them. That'll teach you to buy budget appliances... [subbed by Cyberjar88].
Hotel Catastrophe is considering renaming itself after noting that people seem to be put off by the name... of course the earthquakes don't exactly help either... [subbed by charlie].
Christmas game of the year [subbed by buji].
Kaitai Dismantlement is to don a pair of gardening gloves, grab a rake, and come on over to our house ready to clear some leaves... no, honestly, it is. You might suspect its something to do with tea canisters and that radio dismantlement game from a little while back, and that I'm just trying to get out a chore I don't want to do, but you couldn't be more wrong. So grab your rake, head on over, and you'll see the leaves all over the front yard. Don't knock on the door though, you'll wake me up... [subbed by charlie].
The Enigmatic Abode, partly because it's not made by the government, and partly because... well, you'll see [subbed by Mystery].
Katydid And Ant 3 explores toast making, why the ducks crossed the road, and the underground caverns associated with hospitals... it's almost like I'm making random stuff up and writing it down for you, but really, they're all in there, and I haven't even mentioned mouse jockeys and rabbits, carrying flour, hanging from trees. The really worrying thing is though is that somehow these games are actually starting to make sense to me in a very, very, weird, but I must admit enjoyable, way [subbed by buji & charlie].
Escape From 5th Door is where to find the game (hint: scroll down the page), but if you're having issues with that, lets face it, you're definitely going to have trouble escaping the room, so... erm... ahh... I'm having trouble escaping the room [subbed by charlie].
What You See is what you get, and other times it's a little bit more complicated than that, as this little puzzle proves whilst carving out a whole new "point'n'read'n'click" niche of its own [via jayisgames].
Andy: Ancient Temple" is a point'n'click adventure where you explore an ancient temple, the goal is to find an ancient scroll, yada, yada, yada. But those of us in the know can ignore most of that. We're stuck next to the gong, franticly clicking, trying to earn our "Gong Bonger" achievement points. I can't have many more clicks to go, I've never been more sure of anything, I will unlock this secret, oh yes I will, indeedy I will [subbed by Mantari, buji, anon & charlie].
The Water Well is number 164 in the ongoing "you know you've played a lot of escape the room games when..." series, bringing us, as it does, the classic "you know you've played a lot of escape the room games when having a water well in a room seems perfectly normal to you". Alert students will notice the careful distinction here by the way: water well. Not an oil well, or any other kind of well, but a water well. Because, clearly, having any other sort of well in a room would just be ridiculous [subbed by buji].